Wild Horse Equestrian Campground
Wild Horse Equestrian Campground sits in the San Bernardino National Forest about 41 miles east of the city of San Bernardino. Horseback riders can explore wonderful trails leading south into the San Gorgonio Wilderness and along the Santa Ana River Trail. Campers can also find good fishing and non-motorized boating at nearby Jenks Lake.
The turnoff to the campground along Highway 38 is unmarked. Look for the road 2.8 miles east of South Fork Campground.
Wild Horse Equestrian Campground has 11 campsites for up to 8 or 16 people with horses. Included at the camp are 30 single-horse corrals, each 12 feet by 12 feet. Single sites accommodate a maximum of two horses and maximum of two corrals per site. Corral(s) will be assigned by the campground host upon your arrival. The campground has a group fire ring, horseshoe pits, a horse-watering station, hitching racks, and a horse-mounting area for visitors needing assistance. Soaring pine trees provide shade for campers. Parking is limited. The campground requires a 2-day minimum stay on weekends and 3 days on holiday weekends.
Wild Horse Equestrian Campground neighbors Heart Bar Equestrian Group Campground which can accommodate a group of up to 65 people with horses.
General Camping Information
Not all campsites can accommodate trailers or RVs of all lengths. Check carefully on the reservation site when you make your reservation to be sure your vehicle will fit your campsite.
Designated Accessible sites are usually reserved for people with disabilities who have a vehicle displaying an accessible parking placard or license plate.